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The details were part of the preliminary land development plan the hockey team submitted to the city of Pittsburgh.
Stopping Carolina quarterback Cam Newton will be the No. 1 defensive priority Sunday night.
Sidney Crosby shrugs off injury, surprises everybody by taking part in most of the first practice at training camp
Right-handed starter dealing with pain again after bullpen session; Vance Worley to start Sunday against the Milwaukee Brewers.
The Penguins must settle on a No. 3 goalie as well as No. 2 goaltender for this season.
Of what little we know of the playoff race, one thing was certain: Russell Martin’s blast gave the Pirates an elusive fifth consecutive win.
Chairman Keith Masser said the board discussed the controversial report during its executive session Friday in University Park.
It’s strength against strength when the undefeated Panthers take the Hawkeyes of the Big Ten.
Nittany Lions coaches expect intensity, unity and success from special teams, but the unit is yet to meet expectations.
The Mountaineers (2-1) looking to prolong their revival against the Sooners in a Big 12 conference matchup at home.
Tre Tipton and Duane Brown continued their dominance on the ground at Shady Side Academy, leading Apollo-Ridge to a 46-20 win.
In a game in which Penn Hills had 488 rushing yards, Malik Mathis had 132 yards and two touchdowns in a 41-21 win against Mt. Lebanon.
The Indians allowed a big comeback, but then pulled off a rally of their own to stay perfect and keep Seneca Valley winless.
New Brighton mounted a furious rally to score 49 unanswered points for a 59-34 victory against visiting Beaver Area.
Ron Brown threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more to lead University Prep to a 46-26 win against Perry.
If you’re looking for help with your real starting lineup conundrums, read on.
After losing, 50-3, last week at Lafayette — the second-worst loss in the program’s 20 years — the Colonials must regroup at Dayton.
The Progress Fund, which has financed 29 businesses on the Great Allegheny Passage, received a $2 million federal grant for future loans.
Summaries from Friday, Sept. 19, 2014
Individual leaders from Friday, Sept. 19, 2014
Catcher Russell Martin spoiled a dominating start by the Brewers’ Yovani Gallardo, homering off former teammate Jonathan Broxton.
Team officials had said Thursday that Sidney Crosby, along with Evgeni Malkin, would miss the early part of camp because of injuries.
Roger Goodell said “I got it wrong” and outlined initiatives to improve the NFL’s handling of domestic violence and sexual assault cases.
Goodell is holding a 3 p.m. news conference in New York on the league’s personal conduct policy and domestic violence issues.
The Penguins are conducting their first on-ice training camp workouts today at Consol Energy Center.
Steelers safety Mike Mitchell is frustrated by penalties and fines that force him to aim for knees when tackling.
Physical forward Daniel Carcillo hoping for a longer stay with the Penguins this time around.
Thursday night, Gerrit Cole looked like the pitcher who rolled through September a year ago.
The Panthers’ Paul Chryst and Hawkeyes coach Kirk Ferentz, an Upper St. Clair graduate, are far from strangers.
Penn State's newest receiving combination of DaeSean Hamilton and Geno Lewis might be an unlikely mix, but is on a record-setting pace.
The No. 3 Rebels held star running back DeWayne Murray in check to pick up a hard-fought win in the Class AA Century Conference.
Saturday afternoon high school football games in the WPIAL are like telephone booths. You can't find many of them any more.
The Rams pulled off an upset of the fourth-ranked team with a Big Nine Conference victory.
This higher level of play puts them in a good place for the final 10 games of the season.
John Ruane has almost quietly pushed Penn-Trafford into the upper echelon of Class AAAA programs.
Josh Drwal helped the Antelopes stay perfect with a non-conference rout of Shenango.
With the first set tied between sisters Alyvia and Michaela Kluska, the unexpected happened, resulting in a Class AA WPIAL title for Alyvia.
Damon Rosol and Rod Steele first crossed paths in seventh grade at the Washington Education Center in Lawrenceville.
Points leader Donny Schatz chases the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Cars title Saturday night in the Commonwealth Clash at Lernerville.
The cleanup slot has been in good hands with Neil Walker, who has provided plenty of offense for the Pirates lately.
Turnovers point way to winning and losing, and few teams know that better than the Steelers.
A roundup of what’s biting on regional waterways.
The Fumbler is no hot dog but he relishes posting big numbers: he went 52-14 in his Week 1 picks and 51-14 in Week 2.
The Post-Gazette plans to publish boys and girls soccer scoring leaders next week.
Thursday’s game was tighter than the previous two iterations, but the outcome was the same.
The Central Valley girls soccer team held the longest unbeaten streak in the state until Hopewell put an end to it Wednesday.
New coach Mike Johnston eager to see the pieces fit when the Penguins begin on-ice, training-camp workouts Friday.
A proposal would provide give representation to students, faculty and the alumni association but also keep the nine alumni board members.
A win Wednesday night against Boston marked the 49th consecutive game in which the Pirates had a least one extra-base hit.
Mike Mitchell and Troy Polamalu were penalized for unnecessary roughness, aiding the Ravens on a touchdown drive that gave them a 17-6 lead.